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MisterMuse

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1 year, 2 months ago
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MisterMuse
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i don't claim credit for the concepts of all of these ribbons, many of them are borrowed from others;
i namely made these to have them be the same resolution (43x62) for my convenience!
you can find other ribbons, which ive borrowed ideas from, here.

if you use them, link back here so others can use them.
you are free to modify these ribbons to make your own as well.
if you make your own out of these, let me know and i may add them to this list!

Changelog

  • 7/28/2020
    • added misc category
    • added "cringe culture is dead"
  • 6/29/2020
    • added changelog
    • added movement ribbons category
    • added "BLM"
    • added "LGBTQIA"
    • added "grey-ace/aro"
    • added "trixic/toric"
    • added "open/semi/closed species"
    • added "name brand"
    • added "soul song"
    • revamped/recategorized "ally"

To-do list

  • star sign/birth month
  • torensexual & trixensexual
  • awareness ribbons (different base)

Character Ribbons

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1) Sona: A character who represents the owner, usually in a personal way.
2) Mascot: A character who represents the owner, usually in a visual, business, or aesthetic way.

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1) Main Character: A high priority, very important character.
2) Side Character: A character who is still significant, but lesser so than mains.
3) Tertiary Character: A fairly low priority character.

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1) Protagonist: A character who features in a story as a protagonist.
2) Antagonist: A character who features in a story as an antagonist.

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Comfort Character: A character that helps/was made to help one cope with trauma, or otherwise bring comfort.

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Dreamie: A character that is an obtained dreamie.

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Trophy: A character that was won via a competition, raffle, etc.

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Winner: A character that has been featured in the winning piece of a competition of some kind.

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Name Brand: A character who was designed by the current owner's favorite designer.

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Retired: A character that has been retired.

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Pretty Mask: A character who existed for a long time as just a design with no notable personality or other development/details.

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New Face: A character who was revamped at some point.

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1) Known: A character that has 10+ favorites.
2) Acclaimed: A character that has 50+ favorites.
3) Famous: A character that has 100+ favorites.

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1) Heart of Paper: A character that was originally created on a traditional art medium.
2) Sourced in Circuitry: A character that was originally created on a digital art medium.
3) Serif Soul: A character that was originally created in written/text form.
4) Constructed with Code: A character that was originally created in an interactive medium, like a flash maker or videogame.

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1) Come to Life: A character that has a physical real-life wearable item, like a costume, fursuit, accessory, etc.
2) Close Company: A character that has a physical real-life item, like a plush, statue, keychain, etc.

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Dual Pilots: A character that is co-owned.

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Motion Magic: A character that has appeared in an animation.

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Panelhopper: A character who has been featured in a comic of some kind.

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Deceased: A character who is dead or has died (e.g. canonically dying in their story, dying in a D&D campaign, being an undead, memes, etc.)


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Musical: A character that has at least 5 songs in their playlist.

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Soul Song: A character that was originally based on a song.

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Actor: A character that was/is used in roleplay.

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D20: A character who was made for or has been played in D&D.


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Funky Time: A character who has NSFW art, or was created for the purpose of NSFW.

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Funky Time DLC: A character who has very specialized NSFW art, or was created for the purpose of very specialized NSFW.


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1) Visitor: A character that's been owned by 5 different people.
2) Traveler: A character that's been owned by 10 different people.

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1) Bargain Bin: A character who was purchased for $5 or less by it's current owner.
2) Rags to Riches: A character who was purchased for $5 or less by it's current owner and is now worth at least $100.

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1) Bread: A character that's worth at least $20.
2) Frog: A character that's worth at least $50.
3) Benjamin: A character that's worth at least $100.
4) Franklins: A character that's worth at least $250.
5) Half a Stack: A character that's worth at least $500.
6) Stack: A character that's worth at least $1000.

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1) Tasty: A character who is themed around food.
2) Cutie: A character who is themed around being cute.
3) Edgy: A character who is themed around angst or edge; scene or emo characters, etc.
4) Spooky: A character who is themed around horror or being spooky; cryptids, halloween-based, etc.
5) Vent: A character who is/was used for venting, or was originally made for that purpose.
6) Fool: you fool. you absolute buffoon. you've fallen victim to one of the classic blunders. (A character who is or is based on a joke.)
7) Festive: A character who is themed around festivities or holidays.

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1) Storyteller: A character that features in at least 1 piece of literature.
2) Writer: A character that features in at least 5 pieces of literature.
3) Author: A character that features in at least 10 pieces of literature.
4) Tome: A character that features in at least 20 pieces of literature.

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1) Appreciated: A character that has at least 20 pieces of art.
2) Loved: A character that has at least 20 pieces of art made by it's owner.
3) Admired: A character that has at least 50 pieces of art.
4) Adored: A character that has at least 150 pieces of art.

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1) Anniversary: A character that has been owned by the current owner for at least 1 year.
2) Happy Couple: A character that has been owned by the current owner for at least 4 years.
3) Together Forever: A character that has been owned by the current owner for at least 8 years.

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1) Hand-made: A closed species character that was a MYO.
2) Pre-packaged: A closed species character that was purchased.
3) Top-notch: A closed species character that was designed by the creator of the species.

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1) Padlocked: A character who is part of a closed species.
2) Unlocked: A character who is part of a semi-open/semi-closed species.
3) Open Door: A character who is part of an open species.

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1) Homed: A character that is owned by it's creator.
2) Meant to Be: A character who left the current owner's possession and came back.
3) Forever Homed: A character that's found it's forever home.

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1) Best dressed: A character whose design is among their owner's favorites.
2) Best developed: A character whose development/story is among their owner's favorites.

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1) 90's: A character who was originally made sometime in the 90's.
2-24) 2000-2022: Characters who were originally made in the respective year.

Orientation Ribbons

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Homosexual: One who is sexually attracted to the same sex.
Homoromantic One who is romantically attracted to the same sex.
Pomosexual: One who refuses to have their sexuality put into a category.
Queer: An umbrella term for one who is in the lgbt+ community.

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Lesbian: A female who is attracted to females; a female-exclusive term for homosexual.

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Heterosexual: One who is sexually attracted to the opposite sex.
Heteromantic: One who is romantically attracted to the opposite sex.

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Homoflexible: One who is predominantly attracted to the same gender/sex, but may be attracted to other genders/sexes on occasion.

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Heteroflexible: One who is predominantly attracted to the opposite gender/sex, but may be attracted to the same gender/sex on occasion.

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Pansexual: One who is sexually attracted to all genders/sexes, and is blind to whatever the gender of their partner is.
Panromantic: One who is romantically attracted to all genders/sexes, and is blind to whatever the gender of their partner is.

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Polysexual: One who is sexually attracted to many, but not all, genders/sexes.
Polyromantic: One who is sexually attracted to many, but not all, genders/sexes.

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Omnisexual: One who is sexually attracted to all genders/sexes, but the gender of their partner factors into their attraction.
Omniromantic: One who is romantically attracted to all genders/sexes, but the gender of their partner factors into their attraction.

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Bisexual: One who is sexually attracted to two or more genders/sexes.
Biromantic: One who is romantically attracted to two or more genders/sexes.

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Aceflux: One whose level of attraction fluctuates in intensity.

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1) Asexual: One who does not experience sexual attraction.
1) Acefluid: One whose sexuality changes, but stays on the ace spectrum.
2) Aromantic: One who does not experience romantic attraction.

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1) Grayasexual: Also called "graysexual." One who feels sexual attraction, but infrequently and/or weakly, or is uncertain about whether they experience sexual attraction.
2) Grayromantic: One who feels romantic attraction, but only weakly or ambiguously, and may have difficulty in discerning when they feel romantic attraction.

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1) Aegosexual: One who feels sexual attraction but in a disconnected manner; experiencing sexual attraction without wishing to partake in anything sexual.
2) Aegoromantic: One who feels romantic attraction but in a disconnected manner; experiencing romantic attraction without wishing to partake in anything romantic.

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1) Apothisexual: One who is on the asexual spectrum who is repulsed by sex.
2) Apothiromantic: One who is on the aromantic spectrum who is repulsed by romance.

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1) Demisexual: One who may experience sexual attraction after a strong emotional bond is formed; often combined with other identities. (e.g. demi-homosexual)
2) Demiromantic: One who may experience romantic attraction after a strong emotional bond is formed; often combined with other identities. (e.g. demi-homoromantic)

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Abrosexual: One whose sexuality is fluid, or constantly changing.
Abroromantic: One whose romanticism is fluid, or constantly changing.

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Aliquasexual: One who does not usually experience sexual attraction, but may under certain circumstances or on occasion.
Aliquaromantic: One who does not usually experience romantic attraction, but may under certain circumstances or on occasion.

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Allosexual: One who experiences sexual attraction; someone who is not on the ace spectrum.
Alloromantic: One who experiences romantic attraction; someone who is not on the aro spectrum.

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Cinsexual: One who easily experiences sexual attraction; the opposite of demisexual.
Cinromantic One who easily experiences romantic attraction; the opposite of demiromantic.

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Androsexual: One who is sexually attracted to males.
Androromantic: One who is romantically attracted to males.

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1) Trixic/Orbisian: A non-binary person who is attracted to females or female-aligned people.
2) Toric/Quadrisian: A non-binary person who is attracted to males or male-aligned people.

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Gynosexual: One who is sexually attracted to females.
Gynoromantic: One who is romantically attracted to females.
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Cupiosexual: One who does not experience sexual attraction but still desires a sexual relationship.
Cupioromantic: One who does not experience romantic attraction but still desires a romantic relationship.
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Fraysexual: One who experiences sexual attraction to those they do not know well; attraction later fades when they get to know the person.
Frayromantic: One who experiences romantic attraction to those they do not know well; attraction later fades when they get to know the person.

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Transfeminine: One who was designated male at birth, but identifies more female than male.
Transmasculine: One who was designated female at birth, but identifies more male than female.
Transgender: One whose gender does not match their designated sex.

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1) FTM: Female to male; one who was designated female at birth but is actually male.
2) MTF: Male to female; one who was designated male at birth but is actually female.

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1) Nonbinary: One whose gender does not fit the binary of "male" or "female"; another term for genderqueer.
2) Genderqueer: One whose gender does not fit the binary of "male" or "female"; another term for nonbinary.

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1) Female: One of the two binary gender identities.
2) Male: One of the two binary gender identities.
3) Neutrois: A non-binary gender identity.

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1) DFAB: One who was designated female at birth.
2) DMAB: One who was designated male at birth.

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1) Cisgender: One whose gender matches their designated sex.
2) Bigender: One who either identifies as two genders at once or fluctuates between two genders.
3) Trigender: One who either identifies as three genders at once or fluctuates between three genders.
4) Pangender: One who either identifies as all genders at once or fluctuates between all genders.

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Androgynous: One who identifies with both masculinity and femininity, but with no set "male" or "female".


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Angender: One who is comfortable being gendered, but not having a specific sex; uncomfortable with any set of genitalia, but comfortable with gender labels.


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Intersex: One whose physical sex characteristics do not allow them to identify distinctly as "male" or "female".
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1) Agender: One who has no gender; a lack of gender.
2) Gendervoid: One who is void from any gender entirely.
3) Inersgender/Anvisgender: One who is too lazy/apathetic to care about their gender. Iners, literally meaning lazy, can be considered negative, so anvis (lack of energy) is an alternative.

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Genderfluid: One whose gender fluctuates between different identities.


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Genderflux: One who fluctuates between agender and another gender.


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Cryptogender: One whose gender cannot be discerned or described.

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Genderpunk: One who makes an effort to mock traditional gender roles/presentation.

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Butch: One who has an appearance or other qualities of a type traditionally seen as masculine.


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1) Anoboy: One whose gender fades in and out, but always returns male.
2) Anogirl: One whose gender fades in and out, but always returns female.

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1) Hemiboy: One who identifies as half male, half another gender that may or may not be defined.
2) Hemigirl: One who identifies as half female, half another gender that may or may not be defined.

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1) Demiagender: One who identifies partially as agender, partially as another gender that may or may not be defined.
2) Demiboy: One who identifies partially as male, partially as another gender that may or may not be defined.
3) Demigirl: One who identifies partially as female, partially as another gender that may or may not be defined.
4) Deminonbinary: One who identifies partially as nonbinary, partially as another gender that may or may not be defined.
5) Demifluid: One whose gender fluctuates between demigenders.
6) Demiflux: One whose gender fluctuates between demigenders but still has one strong "static" gender.

Movement Support/Participation Ribbons

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BLM: (Black Lives Matter) The advocation for non-violent protests against police brutality towards people who are black, as well as for various policy changes related to black liberation.

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LGBTQIA: (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual) The advocation for LGBT+ people in society, such as their equality and rights.

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Ally: One who is not necessarily LGBT+ themself, but actively supports the movement/it's cause/it's members.


Miscellaneous Ribbons

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CCD: (Cringe Culture is Dead) The embracing of non-harmful things that were mocked or insulted by cringe culture. Some examples are emo/scene/edgy characters, adults liking content outside of their demographic, low quality art made by novice or young artists, and harmless interests like certain games/shows.

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